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Presentacion iadis 2008

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Service discovery and interoperability in Ad-hoc networks through Multi-agent Systems within disaster and recovery scerarios.

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Presentacion iadis 2008

  1. 1. IADIS International Conference Applied Computing 2008 COMMUNICATION, COOPERATION AND COORDINATION IN AN AD-HOC ENVIRONMENT10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  2. 2. Outline Introduction Main Concepts Ad-Hoc Networks Multi-Agent Systems Service Discovery Fault Tolerance Testing Scenario Conclusion & Future Works10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  3. 3. Introduction Natural Disaster Lack of fixed Infrastructure Coordination Mobile devices10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  4. 4. Introducción - Main Concepts - Ad-Hoc Networks Mobile Agents & Nomadism Multi-Agent Systems & Platform Service Discovery10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  5. 5. Ad-hoc Networks Main features Dynamic, Sporadic & Unpredictable No configuration needed Decentralized topology Distributed MANET “Multi-hop” ➢ AODV Routing ➢ DSR10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  6. 6. Ad-hoc Networks Main disadvantages Power limitation Bandwith Efficiency QoS Communication (Network Layer)10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  7. 7. Multi-Agent Systems Mobile Agents Processes at application layer Autonomy, proactivity, sociability & mobility Multi-Agent Systems Cooperation, Coordination & Communication between Agents Decentralized & Scalability Asynchronous communication (avoid C/S) Reduce data load, BandWith. Distributed Services10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  8. 8. Multi-Agent Systems Service Discovery Multi-Agent Platform --> JADE(middleware) DF (Directory Facilitator) AMS (Agent Management System) Fault Tolerance Allow Decentralization and Main Node Replica Avoid Single point of failure Every Agent: know where the DF is is aware of any platfrom changes10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  9. 9. Testing Scenario - Initial State -10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  10. 10. Testing Scenario - Initial State -10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  11. 11. Testing Scenario - Initial State -10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  12. 12. Testing Scenario - Initial State - Every Agent registers their services; DF, RMA. Firefighter - Water, Camera Firefighter Leader - Manage Location(Reachable) & Location(Reachable) Water Storage Camera Service Begins10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  13. 13. Testing Scenario - Mobility & Nomadism - Water Storage below emergency limit Mobility and Reorganization Location management10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  14. 14. Conclusion CONCLUSIONS: Communication & Coordination between nodes Service Management Fault Tolerance & Decentralization Mobility & Migration10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008
  15. 15. Future Work To Improve: Routing Protocol Inter-Platform communication Merge all IMPROVISA projects WIMAX & Wifi10/04/08 Diego Casado Mansilla - Applied Computing 2008

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